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New Year's Day tradition — Polar Bear Plunge in Olalla

Dozens of jumpers, including this tattooed fellow in a kilt, took the Polar Bear Plunge off the Olalla bridge Sunday. A few hundred people turned out to watch the New Year
Dozens of jumpers, including this tattooed fellow in a kilt, took the Polar Bear Plunge off the Olalla bridge Sunday. A few hundred people turned out to watch the New Year's Day tradition.
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Dozens of jumpers, including this tattooed fellow in a kilt, took the Polar Bear Plunge off the Olalla bridge Sunday. With temperatures in the 40s, a few hundred people turned out to watch the New Year's Day tradition.

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